Ultimate Comic-Book Preview
Issue 210 of Total Film magazine is our Ultimate Comic-Book Preview, packed full of awesomeness featuring a ton of exclusives and full coverage of Comic-Con 2013.
It really is an unmissable issue, covering the most exciting movies heading from the panel to the big screen, including: Joss Whedon on Avengers: Age Of Ultron , on set with The Amazing Spider-Man 2 , creator James O’Barr on The Crow remake, the lowdown on X-Men: Days Of Future Past and Guardians Of The Galaxy , and tons more besides.
Plus, we’ve also got features on Chris Hemsworth revving up for Rush , Halle Berry chatting X-Men, Oscars and Bond, Lena Headey talking Game Of Thrones and 300: Rise Of An Empire and Matt Damon gearing up to be a reluctant hero in Elysium .
Also, you may have already heard that Total Film magazine is now available on your iPad in our award-winning interactive edition and it now costs just £1.99 per issue, or £12.99 for a whole year ($2.99 per issue or $17.99 yearly for the US and Canada, €2.39 per issue or €14.49 yearly for the Europe)! Read about the key features of Total Film's interactive iPad edition .
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The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Total Film swings on to the New York set to discover how Electro is lighting up the gigantic sequel.
We chat to Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Jamie Foxx and director Marc Webb for the full lowdown.
Chris Hemsworth’s rise to superstardom has been pure lightning in a bottle.
Total Film catches up with the mighty Thor himself to find out how his next movie, racing biopic Rush , will show you what he’s really made of…
Prolific yet humble, he’s made a name for himself as one of Hollywood’s hardest working risk-takers, with a nose for quality and an A-list phonebook.
“I’m just a married guy with kids,” says Matt Damon.
As well as a catch-up with the Bourne superstar, we also profile his Elysium rival Sharlto Copley.
Irvine Welsh’s hardcore novel following the epic downward spiral of a coke-snorting, sex-crazed copper finally hits the screen.
With a killer soundtrack, trippy tone and a career-best turn from James McAvoy, is Filth the new Trainspotting ?
From Dredd ’s drug baroness, 300 ’s Spartan’s ruler to Game Of Thrones ’ scheming matriarch, Lena Headey’s played some mean muthas.
TF meets the feminine powerhouse.
Were The Millers
Stripteases, swollen nads and snogging…
Total Film climbs aboard raw road trip comedy We’re The Millers , which hopes to tickle audiences this summer.
In 1970, Mick Jagger made his acting debut in one of the most controversial movies ever made.
But the sex, drugs and rock’n’roll on screen were nothing compared to the shenanigans going on behind the camera…
Buzz and Agenda
This month’s Buzz beams in the hottest Comic-Con news, direct from Hall H. Included in the need-to-know round-up is the return of Caesar in Dawn Of The Planet Of The Apes , Jeff Bridges talking Seventh Son , the essential info on Gravity , The Zero Theorem , The Lego Movie and the Secrets Of S.H.I.E.L.D. (Marvel’s small-screen world-expander).
Plus, the year of the Fass, Naomi Watts on Diana and a look ahead to the best of FrightFest 2013.
Meanwhile in Agenda , Lake Bell does her best trailer voice for cool comedy In A World… , we chat to Spanish auteur Pedro Almodóvar, and there’s the inside scoop on Walk Of Fame.
And, of course, we've also thrown in all the regulars you’ve come to expect!
Screen and Lounge
Heading up the cinema reviews round-up this month is Alan Partridge, the North Norfolk Digital broadcasting legend who’s finally making the step up to the big screen in Alpha Papa , courtesy of Steve Coogan and co. Plus, verdicts on Elysium , Lovelace and You’re Next .
Head over to Lounge for our re-evaluations of wild-ride Spring Breakers , Tom Cruise’s Oblivion and the Evil Dead remake. Plus, De Palma goes old school with Noomi Rapace and Rachel McAdams-starrer Passion . In the re-releases corner there’s Disney’s The Jungle Book , The Mad Max Collection and Time Bandits .
Don’t head to your local cinema/DVD store/online emporium without it!
The Total Film Interview - Halle Berry
She’s won Miss Ohio, an Oscar and a Razzie. She lit up the Bond and X-Men franchises. And now she’s dialling up the tension in The Call and blasting back into X-Men: Days Of Future Past .
“There’s something shocking about Storm in this movie,” Halle Berry promises. “And the set-pieces are big.”